515 S Transit St, Lockport, New York, 14094, United States | 3 star hotel
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End of our 7 day East Coast USA and Canada Tour

A travel blog entry by don_lezah



We started the day with a 5:25am wake up call, and then another wake up call at 5:30. There isn't a person or anything the phone just autmoatically rings your room and then hangs up when you pick it up.

Lezah got up first as normal and had a shower while I slept for another ...

Sixteen miles on the Erie Canal (at least....)

A travel blog entry by pmschmi

... Visiting the Adirondack mountains was a real highlight of the trip so far and we got to see some amazing color as the trees turn from green to barren. We have been taking our time and having a good time with Gary and Sue as we visit some wonderful and historic sights.

If you have ever heard that New Yorkers are not friendly, the person talking has either never been ...

Cruising the Erie Canal

A travel blog entry by dolsontravels


... was used to supply hydroelectric power to three businesses along the canal back in the early 1900's.

Tuesday we played golf at a beautiful golf course in Lockport called Willowbrook. The course was long and a little tight with lots of trees but it was fun. I think Larry only lost three or four balls.

We will be leaving on Friday, weather permitting for Michigan. Hopefully this next stop will be as pleasant . ...

I never knew...

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo


... is that pedestrians can cross while the bridge in the upmost position.

But the highlight of the tour was the locks themselves. There are two stages, each about twenty five feet in height. It's the same escarpment that makes the Niagara Falls what it is. To fill the first lock takes only about ten minutes. The second takes a bit longer, since the level of the water is not affected as much by gravity. I took a number of short videos ...

FALLS! and the world's longest 1.5 miles...

A travel blog entry by clarf


... silly in the head

The next day, we walked down to a little spot called ‘The Whirlpool’ which was several kilometres down a snowy road from our hostel. It was hard-going some of the time but it was nice to be out and about in the white snow which hung so prettily on the trees. When we finally got to the Whirlpool itself (supposed to be a massive swirling area of water powered by the flow of the river), it was quite disappointing – not ...

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